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The Cayman Islands are comprised of Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac; are a British Crown Colony and is extremely easy to travel to. Nestled within the Caribbean Sea, Grand Cayman is the largest and westernmost of the Cayman Islands and is where the Cayman Aggressor IV operates from.



The Cayman Islands have three main airports; Owen Roberts International Airport(GCM), Charles Kirkconnell International Airport(CYB), and Edward Bodden Airfield(LYB). There are many direct flights from USA gateways and several connecting flights from the UK and Canada with most major airlines flying into Grand Cayman. Since most guests fly into Grand Cayman, know that there is a government regulated taxi stand (with fixed rates) when you depart immigration and customs to assist you.  Rental car agencies are readily available but do know that they drive on the left side of the road (British system).


Whether you are seeking relaxation, adventure, or cultural experiences the Cayman Islands has something for everyone. A few of the different activities you can look forward to are snorkeling at Stingray City, walking on the beautiful Seven Mile Beach, visiting the Cayman Turtle Centre, visiting the Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park which is also home to rare Blue Iguanas, and of course scuba diving and snorkeling!


Pedro St. James National Historic Site, Cayman Islands National Museum, Mission House, Old Savannah Schoolhouse, and Mastic Trail offer a glimpse into the islands past and provide valuable information about the culture and heritage of the Caymanian people.


Most dishes of the Cayman Islands reflect a blend of Caribbean, Jamaican, British and other international influences. Seafood is a prominent feature, with dishes often incorporating fresh fish, conch, lobster, and other local seafood. Conch fritters, jerk chicken, fish tacos, and rum cake are a few of the more popular dishes you should consider trying to experience authentic flavors of Caymanian cuisine!


Shopping in the Cayman Islands offer a diverse range of options from high end luxury goods to local crafts and souvenirs.

Grand Cayman Hotels & Resorts

  • Sunset House Resort

    Set on a coastal road about 3/4 miles (1.2km) south of George Town, Sunset House is an intimate, boutique “scuba diving friendly”, family owned hotel with only 36 rooms. Accommodations vary from well appointed Courtyard Rooms, slightly larger Ocean View Rooms & Suites and two Studio-style Apartments with full kitchens.  Amenities include Free WiFi, onsite restarurant & bar, ocean water and fresh water pools and easy access shore diving.

  • Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa

    Set in West Bay. this resort has a year-round outdoor pool and sun terrace. Guests can enjoy meals at three diverse on-property restaurants, including a beachside bar and grill. A flat-screen TV with cable channels, as well as an iPod docking station are available. Each room includes a private bathroom with bath robes and free toiletries. You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property and  private beach area and free use of bicycles is available. 

  • Hampton by Hilton Seven Mile Beach

    Just steps from the pristine sands of Seven Miles Beach and a short walk from shopping and dining at Camana Bay. Chill out at the tropical garden pool featuring Ms. Piper's al fresco restaurant and lounge. Ms. Piper’s kitchen serves cuisine that is authentic, homemade, and inspired from around the world.